>> The gunman who shot and killed 26 people and wounded 20 others at a Texas church was able to purchase several firearms because the US military failed to enter a domestic violence offense into a government database.>> There was not a information that we would have said was prohibitive for that man to get the firearm.
>> The U.S. Air Force acknowledge on Monday that it did not enter Devon Kelly's 2012 domestic violence court-martial into a database, used by licensed gun dealers for conducting background checks. Authorities said 26 year old Kelly was embroiled in a domestic dispute with his in-laws and had been sending threatening messages to his wife's mother, who attended the First Baptist Church in Sutherland, Texas where Kelly carried out the deadliest mass shooting by a lone gun man in the state’s history.
Kelly fled the scene in a vehicle after exchanging gun fire with an armed citizen. He was later found dead.>> He sustained three gunshots wounds. Two gunshot wounds were from the armed citizen, one of those was in the leg and the other one was in the torso. And he had a third gunshot wound which the medical examiner described as being consistent with being self-inflected.
>> Kelly was previously convicted of assaulting his first wife and fracturing his stepson's skull while serving in the US Air Force and spent a year in detention before his bad conduct discharge in 2014. President Trump, currently on a tour through Asia called the shooter deranged.>> We have a lot of mental health problems in our country, as do other countries but this isn't a guns situation, I mean we could go into it but it's a little bit soon to go into it.
>> The dead in Sunday's shooting ranged in age from 18 months to 77 years old. Out of the 20 wounded, 10 remained in critical condition as of Monday night.